When doctors and researchers can interconnect - no matter where they are in the world - we all benefit. Thanks to the GÉANT network, biomedical research communities can share data and work together, specific diseases can be studied across multiple world regions, doctors can compare treatments, and researchers can search for patterns in clinical conditions. This is why research and education networks are critical to improving the health of us all.
Improving quality of life for people living with Alzheimer’s disease.
Underpinning a global neuroscience grid infrastructure.
Tackling childhood obesity-related cardiovascular and other diseases.
Driving the bioinformatics revolution in life sciences.
Using advanced telemedicine systems to enable surgical training across multiple countries.